Parliament adopts three laws Ivanov refused to sign

Today, North Macedonia’s Parliament adopted in third reading three of the laws that were returned for a re-vote after former President Gjorgje Ivanov refused to sign the decrees for their promulgation.

The laws on the Judicial Council of North Macedonia, free access to public information, and inspection supervision were adopted at today’s 97th session. These are only some of the laws that former President Gjorgje Ivanov refused to sign due to their incorporation of the new name of the country.